February Print Exchange!

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February has flown by faster than I can comprehend. I am not sure what happened! I haven’t had a chance to share information about the postcard swap for February. We are using Elfster again. With Elfster you have to sign up each time if you want to take part. So if you signed up for January you have to sign up again in February.

Sign up for the Elfster Postcard/Print Exchange here on Elfster! The deadline is Feb. 15th.

There were several people who were interested in sending and receiving more than one postcard. We created a Google document with a list of our addresses. If you are interested in being added to this document let me know and I will invite you to be an editor of it.  I don’t want to make it public for obvious reasons.

I have really been enjoying this project very much! More than I even expected. It’s been fun.

A couple of things that may be helpful to others:

1) You can buy darkroom paper that has the postcard markings on the back! it is made by Illford. I have been using this for my black and white darkroom prints.

2) Snapfish does postcards. You can easily import Flickr photos into Snapfish and make them. They will even print your return address on them.

let me know if you have any questions!

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9 thoughts on “February Print Exchange!

    1. Absolutely! I just started one for April so I’ll send you and invite to the email I have for you. I’ll be posting a blog about it soon too (if I can remember). You don’t have to make darkroom prints – inkjet is perfectly fine! 🙂

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